Category:Neue Synagoge (Berlin)

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Deutsch: Die Neue Synagoge wurde 1859–1866 als Hauptsynagoge der Juden in Berlin an der Oranienburger Straße in Berlin-Mitte erbaut. Sie war neben dem nun Alte Synagoge genannten und weiter genutzten Bau in der Heidereutergasse die neue, zweite Synagoge.
English: The Neue Synagoge (English "New Synagogue") was built 1859-1866 in Oranienburger Strasse as the main synagogue of the Berlin Jewish community. It was the second synagogue of the congregation besides the older one from then on called Alte Synagoge ("Old Synagogue") in Heidereutergasse. After invasion and an arson attempt during the November Pogrom in 1938 police and fire brigade rescued the building and the congregation reopened it in 1939. The main prayer hall was seized by the Wehrmacht as uniform storage in April 1940. In the night of November 22/23, 1943 the building was destroyed in an Allied air raid. The front section was refurbished and reconstructed between 1988 and 1995.
Denkmalplakette Deutschland.svg This is the category of the Berliner Kulturdenkmal (cultural monument) with the ID 09080249

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